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Noncurrent liabilities

Noncurrent liabilities are liabilities that are listed on the balance sheet but not due for at least a year. They are also known as “long-term” liabilities. Examples of noncurrent liabilities include long-term loans, lease payments, bonds payable to investors, and deferred revenue that has been invoiced.   

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